Don’t panic if you hear sirens today! The city installed sirens at both Brook Run and Dunwoody park to alert citizens of imminent severe and dangerous weather. Testing is supposed to take place today between 10 AM and Noon.
The sirens will alert us if there is an immediate threat of:
I have met the love of my life! Well, that might be a bit dramatic given that I am a married girl of 16 years. However, I can say that, on Monday, I met a new found love in a very unexpected cuisine. Ethiopian!
While visiting recently with friends, Lelia and Michael Bryan (Owners of Dunwoody’s fabulous Vino-Venue) , we were discussing the Frenzy and all the places we had indulged. When Lelia mentioned that her favorite type of ethnic food is Ethiopian, I immediately bird-dogged the Bryans to join us on our journey. Never in a million years would an Ethiopian restaurant have been on my radar, but I was instantly Read More »
The annual Riverwood Baseball Christmas Tree Sale kicks off on November 28th, the day after Thanksgiving. For more than 15 years, the Riverwood Raiders baseball team has been raising funds for their season by selling fresh-cut Frasier Firs in Sandy Springs. During the three-week sale, players and parents will man the lot, located behind Riverwood International Charter School, 5900 Raider Drive. The players serve as salesmen, deliverymen and loaders, while the parents trim the trees and manage the financial transactions. The lot will be open from 9am – 7 pm on the first Friday, 9am- 6 pm on Saturdays and 12pm-6 pm on Sundays. It will also be open from 4-7 on weekdays. To pre-order and save $10.00 email Karen Stroer for a form.
Elite 8 Match Saturday 10/25 at 7:00 Dunwoody continues on the Road to the Ring! Seeded #2 in the AAAAA division, Dunwoody will take on #7 seed Camden County on Saturday 10/25 at 7:00 PM in the Dunwoody High School gym. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness, wear PINK (or RED). Let’s have a great crowd to support the team!
Join us this Sunday, October 26th from noon till 2pm at Brook Run Dog Park! Girl Scout troop 10571 will be having a Dog Carnival to benefit local Dunwoody rescue group called Rescue Me Georgia. There will be Fall Photos, Baked Goods, homemade dog toys/treats, and Bobbing for Weenies. They are also collecting gently used or new dog items like collars, leashes, food, etc. There will also be a Pet Blessing by Rabbi Glusman from JCC and Pastor John Strickland from Atlanta Unity Church. There will be low cost micro chipping/vaccines available and many other local vendors. Hope to see you there!
“Truck or Treat!” It’s the final Food Truck Thursday of 2014. This “spooktacular” event falls the day before Halloween and all little trick-or-treaters and their families are invited out for an evening of good food and Halloween fun! The event begins at 5 p.m.
Attendees are invited to put the pots and pans away and come out to Brook Run Park to enjoy a fun evening out and feast on some of the best food truck cuisine in Atlanta. This family foodie event, complete with live music, will also feature a frighteningly fun costume contest broken into 4 (four) categories: Children aged 0-5, Children aged 6-12, Best Family (Group), and Best Adult Costume. Great giveaways will be handed out, and the night’s sponsor UFC Gym will award prizes. Children in costume (ages 1-12) can trick-or-treat from truck to truck and at each of the sponsor booths to collect sweet treats.
Gus Ashbury, who has Autism, and Hannah Keen, who has Down Syndrome, were both bestowed with the special honor on Friday night at Ryan’s alma mater, and the incredible story has been grabbing headlines from coast to coast because of its powerful message.